New coronavirus cases emerge in Vancouver, Australia, and Singapore

(Natural News) As everyone was focused on the Super Bowl, British Columbia, Canada, announced its first confirmed case of coronavirus, while Australia and Singapore also both announced new cases of the novel disease in their countries.
The Vancouver case was announced by provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry as an area resident in his 40s who after returning from a recent trip to China is now supposedly “doing well.” The Vancouver Sun is reporting that the man is currently in voluntary isolation, and none of his family members are showing symptoms.
Across the world in Australia and Singapore, officials in both countries are also reporting new cases of coronavirus. Reports indicate that there are three new coronavirus patients in Singapore, all three being Chinese nationals from Wuhan, and two new cases in Australia, adding to the five previously identified cases down under.
Two of the new cases in Singapore are a husband and wife, both 56, who recently arrived in Singapore after traveling to China. Neither of these two showed any symptoms until after they landed in Singapore. The third case was a man who flew into Singapore the day after this couple, also showing no symptoms on his flight.
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